Private Nonfarm Residential Additions and Alterations, Value In Constant Dollars for United States

1963-12: 4,038 Millions Of 1957-1959 Dollars (+ see more) 
Monthly, Seasonally Adjusted, M02265USM382SNBR, Updated: 2012-08-16 11:40 AM CDT
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Residential Additions And Alterations Consist Of Such Projects As Addition Of Floor Area Or Living Space By Finishing Basements Or Attics, Enclosing Porches, Or Construction Of A New Wing Or Story; Conversion Of Space To Provide An Additional Dwelling Unit; New Retaining Walls, Walks, Driveways And Patios; General Remodeling Or Modernization By Installing An Additional Bathroom, Enlarging A Kitchen, Etc.; Additional Landscaping; Initial Installation Of A Furnace, Hot-Water Heater, Electrical Wiring, Plumbing, Air Conditioning, Etc. Excluded Are Appliances, Such As Refrigerators, Stoves, And Window Air Conditioners; And Normal Maintenance And Repair Work. For Further Information Consult Introductory Notes On Bls-Dept. Of Commerce Data And Lipsey And Preston, P. 261. The Constant Dollar Series For Private Non- Farm Residential Additions And Alterations Was Derived By Deflating The Current Dollar Figures (Series 02264) By The Monthly Residential Construction Cost Index Of E. H. Boeckh And Associates-An Unweighted Average Of Indexes For Frame And Brick Residences. Monthly Data In Constant Dollars Are Available Only From 1946 On, And Only In Seasonally Adjusted Form. Source: Bureau Of The Census Publications (See Introductory Notes On Bls-Dept. Of Commerce Data)

This NBER data series m02265 appears on the NBER website in Chapter 2 at http://www.nber.org/databases/macrohistory/contents/chapter02.html.

NBER Indicator: m02265

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(a) Private Nonfarm Residential Additions and Alterations, Value In Constant Dollars for United States, Millions Of 1957-1959 Dollars, Seasonally Adjusted (M02265USM382SNBR)
Residential Additions And Alterations Consist Of Such Projects As Addition Of Floor Area Or Living Space By Finishing Basements Or Attics, Enclosing Porches, Or Construction Of A New Wing Or Story; Conversion Of Space To Provide An Additional Dwelling Unit; New Retaining Walls, Walks, Driveways And Patios; General Remodeling Or Modernization By Installing An Additional Bathroom, Enlarging A Kitchen, Etc.; Additional Landscaping; Initial Installation Of A Furnace, Hot-Water Heater, Electrical Wiring, Plumbing, Air Conditioning, Etc. Excluded Are Appliances, Such As Refrigerators, Stoves, And Window Air Conditioners; And Normal Maintenance And Repair Work. For Further Information Consult Introductory Notes On Bls-Dept. Of Commerce Data And Lipsey And Preston, P. 261. The Constant Dollar Series For Private Non- Farm Residential Additions And Alterations Was Derived By Deflating The Current Dollar Figures (Series 02264) By The Monthly Residential Construction Cost Index Of E. H. Boeckh And Associates-An Unweighted Average Of Indexes For Frame And Brick Residences. Monthly Data In Constant Dollars Are Available Only From 1946 On, And Only In Seasonally Adjusted Form. Source: Bureau Of The Census Publications (See Introductory Notes On Bls-Dept. Of Commerce Data)

This NBER data series m02265 appears on the NBER website in Chapter 2 at http://www.nber.org/databases/macrohistory/contents/chapter02.html.

NBER Indicator: m02265

Private Nonfarm Residential Additions and Alterations, Value In Constant Dollars for United States
   

  

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